Hoping to meet an increasing demand from students,
Carolina launches its School of Data Science and Society
By Eric Johnson ’08
Data is everywhere at Carolina. Political scientists use sophisticated algorithms to analyze…
Lewis Black ’70 has donated his plays, television pilot scripts and materials from his comedy career to the Southern Historical Collection at the Wilson Special Collections Library.
Black is known for embodying cathartic anger on stage and in…
UNC ranked high in an annual survey of earned doctorates from 2016-20, including placing in the top five in doctorates awarded to Black or African American recipients at public institutions.
The National Science Foundation’s annual Survey of…
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The departing secretary of the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, Dr. Mandy Cohen, will discuss “Emerging from the COVID crisis: What Have We…
“How Does it Feel to be a Problem?” explores deeper discussions of identity and a concept of otherness in an account of how young Arab- and Muslim-Americans are forging their paths in modern America.
The program is intended to help the state address its widening teacher shortage by providing a new avenue for lateral-entry teachers to gain licensure. North Carolina employs more than 4,300 lateral-entry teachers, according to a 2015 report by the…
Atul Gawande’s book, which has been on The New York Times’ best-seller list for 63 weeks, has been described by the Times as “a personal meditation on how we can better live with age-related frailty, serious illness and approaching death.”
North Carolina voters overwhelmingly approved a bond referendum that will bring $2 billion to the state’s public college campuses — including most of the funding for a new medical school building at Carolina.